Wow, they just had to pick the worst possible way to solve the conflict. You see, what would have been a good way to solve it is for some sort of intervention with the club members to help Yura realise the error of her ways. Instead, we have the girls who did absolutely nothing wrong and are totally in the right for acting the way they did regretting their actions and Yura rediscovering her passion with yet another 3deep5u mental delusion. This show really does suck.
On another note, what the **** Gainax? Why does this scene exist? Are you actually implying that Yura worked as a prostitute? Even for a joke that's messed up
Spoiler:- This is why no one likes you anymore Gainax:
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Love Live! School Idol Project- 7/13
It's no Idolm@ster, but I really do like this show. The characters are are adorable, the interactions are hilarious and the music is great. What more could I ask for?
Also I'm going to Sydney tomorrow for the Animania convention. The one I went to in March didn't leave a good impression. All they had was a tiny stall room, a bunch of boring cosplay stuff (Where I watched a horrendously unfunny meme laden Hetalia cosplay skit) and a maid cafe but supposedly this one is bigger. Plus I get to meet Cure Rhythm's seiyuu (Fumiko Orikasa). Well, she also voices Rukia and Riza Hawkeye but I've only ever watched them dubbed. Also I don't have to drag my twin brother along to this one
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Kitakubu just keeps getting better as it goes, I though it started off fairly average, but the past couple of episodes have been great.
I especially liked the Pokemon references, going on a training camp to breed IVs and train EVs, and what choice you should makes between the fire and water starter, as no one picks the grass starter.
Also them asking what is better, their own show or WataMote.
Thought about going to this, then I heard the one in March was crap and decided to go to the footy tomorrow instead.Also I'm going to Sydney tomorrow for the Animania convention. The one I went to in March didn't leave a good impression. All they had was a tiny stall room, a bunch of boring cosplay stuff (Where I watched a horrendously unfunny meme laden Hetalia cosplay skit) and a maid cafe but supposedly this one is bigger. Plus I get to meet Cure Rhythm's seiyuu (Fumiko Orikasa). Well, she also voices Rukia and Riza Hawkeye but I've only ever watched them dubbed. Also I don't have to drag my twin brother along to this one
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Shingeki no Kyojin 22/25
Monogatari Series: Second Season 10/?
Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai: Megami-Hen 10/12
Kimi no Iru Machi 9/?
Danganronpa the Animation 11/13
Servant x Service 11/?
The first half of Danganronpa was great this week. You could just see how everything was heading towards the worst outcome.
Bodacious Space Pirates - 15/26
Free! - 10/12
Servant x Service - 11/-
Silver Spoon - 10/11
Space Brothers - 72/-
Stella Women's Academy, High School Division Cł Club - 11/13
The Eccentric Family - 10/13
Aria the Natural - 5
Attack on Titan - 22
Free! - 10
Hunter X Hunter - 95
Monogatari Series Second Season - 10
Servant x Service - 11
Silver Spoon - 10
Space Brothers - 72
The World God Only Knows: Goddesses Arc - 10
To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S - 21
Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaete mo Omaera ga Warui! - 10
That last Silver Spoon episode... First part had me laughing my *** off (they're not a half-bad pair either) but the latter half was powerful.
Love Live! School Idol Project- 9/13
I'm loving this show more by the episode. Shame this had to air in such a shitty period. I wish I watched this back at the start of this year. Easily tops Haganai Next as my favourite of the season.
I was watching it on CR, but I've downloaded the rest of the show to watch on the way to the convention. I have to say that Hummingbird's CR app is really convenient though. Much more so than MAL updater in that regard.
Also, my aforementioned twin brother is a grass person. Although as you can probably tell from my picture I'm a fire person so I can't relate
That's the main reason I'm watching it now. I couldn't keep up before but this time I'll be able to watch it weekly. And, just like you said, the wait for the movie is killing me. Well at least we've got Hanasaku Iroha coming next month and Steins;Gate not long after. And I can't go without mentioning Madoka Movie 3 since I'll be able to watch it at the cinema without having to wait for the Blu-ray. Here's hoping there's no crippling technical difficulties this time.It's a great show to hold me over until more iM@S anime, looking forward to the second season in Spring.
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I picked up something near the end about humanity being in some kind of danger or something. Probably wrong, but if true, the plot may go from the school to something bigger, like Gurren Lagann did
"For a moment, nothing happened. Then, after a second or so, nothing continued to happen."
Choujigen Game Neptune: The Animation - 10/12
Fantasista Doll - 1/12
Free! - 10/12
Genei wo Kakeru Taiyou - 10/13
Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku - 9/12
Love Lab - 11/13
Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui! - 10/12
Yu-Gi-Oh! (1999 movie)
All I can say for Neptune is good riddance that Peashy is gone. The ending did not change my opinion of her in any way, doesn't help the flashbacks were of her being a brat as always. Also, I'm extremely bothered that Peashy is pretty much a young girl, and yet as a CPU, she's a scantily-clad grown woman with large, jiggly boobs but still with the mindset of a young girl. Ew.
Also, never mentioned this, but Plutia looks like Hanyuu. It's been bugging me for weeks.
Love Lab is still adorable as always. I'm really happy I decided to watch it.
Also caught up with Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku. Seal's still damn creepy, though...
I watched the Japan-only Toei-animated 30-minute "film" yesterday, and I thought it was okay. It was basically just like any other Yu-Gi-Oh! episode, just with better-looking art. Nothing special, really.
Today, despite it being the 4KIDS dub, episode 80 of Kirby has been uploaded to YouTube, so after I watch it here, it'll mean I have 20 more episodes to go before I can officially say I finished the anime. Gonna take forever, but it'll be worth it.
Chuunibyou 2 airing in Winter.
Love Live- 13/13
It's got some problems, but I really did like the show. It's no Idolm@ster, but for what it is it's a real gem of an anime. Can't wait for Season 2.
Also I'm back from Animania. It wasn't anything special, but it was a hell of lot better than in March.
I also have to say that I regret my purchases less than any other convention I've been to. I got a figure of Filicia from Sora no Woto, a Cowboy Bebop soundtrack CD and a Love Live CD I picked out at random which turned out to be the anime's OP single.
Also, for the first time ever, I spotted a Precure cosplayer. Cure Diamond from Doki Doki to be exact (Who happens to be my favourite from that season if only for Mugi's seiyuu). Only problem is that said cosplayer was a 5(?) year old girl accompanied by her father meaning that taking pictures was out of the question.
Although at every goddamn convention there's always that obnoxious overweight girl and her equally obnoxious weeaboo friends. As much as I want a real life friendship group who I can talk to about anime (Since my actual friends are a bunch of normals) I'd rather be a loner than part of their crowd.
The Big O: 3/26
Danganronpa the Animation: 11/13
Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Ilya: 10/10 COMPLETE!
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam: 10/50
Rozen Maiden (2013): 11/13
Well, F/kl was fun. (Also, it really seems that creepy sexual things just run in Ilya's family. I know, I know, Fate/ series, but it bears repeating.)